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Evaluation Kit for the MAX9390 and MAX9391

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The MAX9390 evaluation kit (EV kit) is a fully assembled and tested printed-circuit board (PCB) that simplifies the evaluation of the MAX9390 1.5GHz, dual 2 x 2 crosspoint switch. The EV kit accepts low-voltage differential signals (LVDS) or high-speed transistor logic (HSTL) input signals and converts the signals to LVDS outputs for each channel.

The MAX9390 EV kit is designed with 100Ω differential controlled impedance in a four-layer PCB. The board is designed for direct differential probing of the LVDS inputs/outputs. The EV kit operates from a single 3.3V supply. The MAX9390 EV kit can also be used to evaluate the MAX9391, which accepts LVPECL and CML input signals.

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Key Features

  • Single 3V to 3.6V Supply Operation
  • 1.5GHz Operation
  • 100Ω Controlled-Differential Signal Traces
  • Supports Testing with Various Mediums
    • Differential Probes
    • Twisted-Pair Wire
    • Coax Cables with SMA Connectors
  • Surface-Mount Components
  • Fully Assembled and Tested


  • Central Office Backplane Clock Distribution
  • Fault-Tolerant Systems
  • High-Speed Telecom/Datacom Equipment
  • Protection Switching

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Document Ref.: 19-4064 Rev 0; 2008-03-11
This page last modified: 2008-09-16